Open Book Creative Writing September Sessions

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Two FREE creative writing sessions online in September, for LGBTQ+ people.

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Following the success of previous sessions, we are delighted to be offering a further two FREE creative writing sessions hosted online on 14th and 28th Sept, for LGBTQ+ people, delivered in partnership with Open Book Reading.

We’ll be reading stories and poems aloud and using them to create our own writing in a gentle, guided session with Lead Reader, Jess Orr.

No experience required! Just a willingness to have a go in a safe, affirmative setting.

How to book:

Places are limited.

We will be on the video conference app Zoom.Register your free space and you will receive a confirmation email with the meeting link and password to use on the day and time of the course (you don't need a Zoom account).If you have a Zoom account, your confirmation email will also include the meeting ID which you can input in Zoom to find us and schedule a reminder.

How to get more involved:

For information on further queer creative writing communities, join LGBT Health and Wellbeing's Queer Creative Writing Scotland Facebook group -

or visit

These sessions are part of the Edinburgh Social Programme delivered by LGBT Health and Wellbeing.


If there is anything you need to talk to us in advance to help you access the event (including using Zoom), please email Diane:

For more information contact:

For more information about Open Book visit:

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Scotland's national charity promoting the health, wellbeing and equality of LGBT+ adults (16+) in Scotland. We offer community-based support services and events in Edinburgh and Glasgow (now online due to COVID-19) open to the entire diversity of the LGBTQIA+ community in Scotland.

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